Mohammed V Trophy

Mohammed V Trophy
Founded 1962
Abolished 1989 (1989)
Region Casablanca, Morocco
Number of teams 4 (in 1989)
Most successful club(s) Atlético Madrid
(3 titles)

Mohammed V Trophy (French: Coupe Mohammed V) was an international association football friendly[1] competition held in the city of Casablanca, Morocco. The trophy was named after King Mohammed V, who died one year before the competition was established. In 1986 the competition became known as the "Casablanca Trophy".[2]


The following is the list of finals played:[3][4]


Year Champion Runner-up Score
1962 France Stade de Reims Italy Inter 2–1
1963 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Spain Zaragoza 2–0
1964 Argentina Boca Juniors Spain Real Madrid 2–1
1965 Spain Atlético Madrid Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 5–0
1966 Spain Real Madrid Argentina Boca Juniors 1–1
1967 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia Morocco FAR Rabat 1–0
1968 Brazil Flamengo Argentina Racing Club 3–2
1969 Spain Barcelona Germany Bayern Munich 2–2
1970 Spain Atlético Madrid Morocco FAR Rabat 4–1
1972 Germany Bayern Munich Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 3–2
1974 Uruguay Peñarol Poland Ruch Chorzów 1–0
1975 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv Hungary Újpest FC 3–2
1976 Belgium Anderlecht France OGC Nice 2–1
1977 Romania Romania[lower-alpha 1] Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia[lower-alpha 1] 3–1
1979 Morocco Wydad Casablanca Cameroon Canon Yaoundé 1–1
1980 Spain Atlético Madrid Brazil Inter 1–1
1986 Belgium Standard Liège Brazil Gremio 2–0
1988 Monaco Monaco Morocco Hassania Agadir 1–0
1989 France Sochaux Morocco Olympique 0–0


  1. 1 2 National team.


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